Monthly Newsletter April 2009
From the President
Hello Neighbors! Spring greetings! My name is Jim Martin and it will be my privilege to serve as your President this year. I would like to take this opportunity to thank outgoing president Walt Walker for his leadership and tireless efforts in the neighborhood.
Spring is here (I think!), and the time has come to start sprucing up our yards. I know that mine certainly needs some attention. Just remember, if you are going to make any major changes to your landscaping, contact David Waldrep for approval prior to beginning work.
I have received two reports recently about coyotes in the neighborhood so remember to keep an eye on your pets and small children when they are outside.
Again, I look forward to serving you. If you have any comments or concerns, please do not hesitate to call me. My home phone number is (770) 420-3484. Take care and I will see you around the neighborhood!
Around the Neighborhood
Lee’s Crossing Swim Team
Registration for the 2009 Lee’s Crossing Cyclones Swim Team will be held Monday April 13th from to at the clubhouse. Swimmers from to 18 years of age (as of June 1st) are welcome to join us. The cost is $20 per swimmer for those living in the neighborhood and $75 per swimmer for those outside of Lee’s Crossing.
If you would like to take care of your registration prior to this date please feel free to drop off or mail your registration directly to me – you might email me so that I may be on the look-out for it.
The team will be wearing the same suits this season, but if you are new to the team or need a larger size, the suit will be available at registration. We have also discussed trying to better organize a process of offering those suits you have that no longer fit to others – if anyone is interested in helping with this process please let me know.
This season we will be swimming on Thursday nights beginning May 28th and continuing for 5 weeks though June 25th. After school practices will begin May 11th, weather permitting, with morning practices beginning Tuesday May 26th.
Registration packets – including actual practice and meet schedules, meet attendance forms and parent worker preferences, (it is mandatory for parents to work at least one full meet or two half meets) will be sent out via email to those on last year’s email distribution list. This information will also be available at registration.
If you would like to join us please contact me for a packet or further information. Susan Herr
The annual neighborhood yard sale will be on
Saturday, May 9th, from 8am to 1pm. Ads will be placed in the
If you happen to notice that the street light in front of or
near your house is out, please report the outage. Call the city of
Also, for walkers and runners who choose to use the road rather than the sidewalk, please wear white, light, or reflective clothing when running near or after dark. Also, the runners/walkers should be facing the oncoming traffic rather than going with the traffic.
For those of you walking your dogs, please clean up their messes, whether it is on the sidewalk or in a yard!
Greg Amaden Lee’s Trace 770-429-9264
Angela G. Ford Lee’s Trace 678-234-7430
David Hardy Harrowgrove Court 770-427-6319
Angelia Trevathan Basil Court 770-528-9052
If you are a Notary and are willing to help out your neighbors, please send your name and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be sure to book the clubhouse early for any events you are planning! Call Melissa Hinchman at 404-839-1211.
Pre-owned treadmill in good condition desired, preferably one that folds down to fit under a bed. Call Nikki @ 770-428-8467.
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Will Clean Mailboxes
Matt and Emily Filer are residents of Lee’s Crossing and are saving for cars. Let them bleach, clean, and paint your mailbox (parents will supervise). They will use approved paint from the neighborhood. If you received a letter from the homeowner's association, let them know the date you must have your mailbox painted to avoid fines. $20 Call 404-518-5809 or e-mail email@example.com.
NOTE: When submitting classified ads, please make sure to submit contact information as well as how long you would like for the classified to run (i.e., one issue, two issues, etc.). Thanks.
Calendar of Events
Around the Neighborhood and Around Town
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4/3 6:30p – 7:30p Easter Egg Hunt – Laurel Park
– 6:00p Pinwheel Play Day
Brookwood Split (oldies & R&B)
– 7:00p Taste of
– 5:00p Leo Mazzone’s Furry Friends
Fundraiser at Laurel Park
Neighborhood Business Spotlight
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The Nixons and Garntos would like to recommend Star Cleaning Company for your consideration. They do an excellent job cleaning both our houses every two weeks. They are friendly and responsive to your needs. The company is family owned by Carlos and Shirlene Calaj. In addition to house cleaning, they clean commercial, medical and dental establishments. Star Cleaning Company is licensed and insured and can be contacted at 770-579-8529 (office) or 678-294-3332 (mobile), or by e-mail at email@example.com. You can learn more about Star Cleaning on the web at www.starcleaningatlanta.com.
From Genesis Landscape
Now that the winter weather has finally gone elsewhere (we hope), it is time to get ready for the growing season.
Vegetable gardeners, this is the month to get those seeds in! After the danger of frost damage is past, you should also plant summer annuals and summer flowering bulbs.
Prune spring blooming shrubs after flowering. With Azaleas in particular, you should complete any pruning by the 4th of July. New buds will set soon after and any pruning beyond that time will reduce flower production the following year. Now is also a good time to de-thatch lawns.
Insect populations will not have been diminished by our fairly mild winter, so you should be vigilant for problems of this nature.
Plants will require water as they awake from their winter slumber. In the absence of adequate rainfall, soak planting areas once a week in accordance with the following state allowances:
You may use soaker hoses or drip irrigation systems on established plants for one hour between Midnight and 10 AM, on the odd/even address schedule. Hand watering for 25 minutes is still permitted for even and unnumbered addresses on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays and for odd numbered addresses on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays. See www.outdoorwateruse.com for details on how to obtain a permit to water newly installed landscape for 10 weeks.
Genesis Landscape Group would be happy to answer your questions and offers a free on-site consultation of your home. Our number is 770-422-5534.
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Mailbox Repair: If you need a new post call Bob Schoonover at 770-422-8774. New number placards or paint may be obtained by calling Tom McBrayer at 770-427-8057.
Clubhouse Rental: Call Melissa Hinchman at 404-839-1211
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Jim Martin, President 770-420-3484 Walt Walker 770-428-4755
Steve Young, Secretary 770-423-0905 Erroll Eckford, ACC Chair 770-421-9738
380 Baskin Drive 656 Trailwood Lane
Kevin Brown, Director – Social Activities Noel Follrath, Treasurer 770-423-0623
Brad Herr, Director – At Large 770-499-9354 Covenant Enforcement
603 Briarmeade David Waldrep
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